You can also use the search operator “date-after:”
1. Click the search bar 2. Type a date range
Hierarchical search lets you use the “>” search operator to filter items based on the content of their ancestor nodes. In other words, it lets you use information about the ancestor node to narrow down your search.
This diagram shows the ancestors and descendants of the green bullet.
1. Click the search bar or press 'esc' on your keyboard 2. Write a string or property (like is:complete) to specify something about the parent of the item you're searching for 3. Type the “>” search operator to turn the search into a hierarchical one 4. Write a string or property you're trying to filter 5. (optional) Continue using “>” to narrow down your search even further
Here’s a simple example that shows the usefulness of a nested search.
Example - Web agency
In this example we have a list of projects for a web agency. Say we want to see all tasks assigned to a team member "@sam".
This search would show us all the todos for "@sam".
And if we wanted to narrow down the search and only look at the SEO related tasks, we could do that with a nested search of "SEO > @sam".
We could narrow down the search even more by specifying we only want to include projects that are "#high" priority with a search of "#high > SEO > @sam".